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Adrian Brown (author)

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”’Adrian Brown”'(born 1901) is a British philosophy expert and author from Belper, Derbyshire. He is also the founder of the Cambridgeshire United Party, with policies including customary beard growth for all, and legalising the shooting of poor people.

== Personal Life ==

Adrian graduated from the University of Cambridge with two degrees in Physics and Philosophy. Whilst there he became a member of the ‘Library Gang’ alongside Mahatma Ghandi, Oliver Cromwell, and God. He went into teaching but found this unsatisfying alone, partially due to the implied racism of one particular pupil, who used to refer to him as [[Honky]]. He now attends and runs a number of courses on the teaching of science and religion, and has written many books on the subject. Notable moments from his early days include the time he managed to short-circuit a system during a physics demonstration and propel himself into the wall and onto the floor.

He is married to Alison, and they have two children (both on their way to sporting fine beards). He currently teaches at the Ecclesbourne School and lives in [[Belper]].<ref>The Ecclesbourne School Website</ref>

== Books ==

Adrian has, in conjunction with others, penned many books on the subject of science and religion within education. These include ”God Talk, Science Talk: Teacher’s Guide to Science and Belief” <ref></ref> and two volumes of ‘Skills challenge’, a project he co-authored with [[Terrence Copley]].

== Religion ==

Brown describes himself as ‘a card-carrying member of the God squad’, and has been an Anglican Preacher previously to his current job.

(Via Wikipedia – New pages [en].)

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